California employers in the gig economy are scrambling to ensure they're in compliance with the law as new scrutiny is being given to worker misclassifications.
For corporate massage providers that hire massage therapists to provide on-site massage services, this means taking a careful look at how they classify their massage therapists or risk paying hefty fines.
But what does this mean for clients who receive these corporate massage services?
In this article, we'll take a look at what's happening in California and what it will mean for companies that hire an office massage service.
We get it. In the game of marketing a nonprofit or charity, the key is exposure and memorability. There's countless worthy causes in the world, but you need to be seen as the very best and remembered in the future. When it comes to planning a marketing event, it can be tricky to be both noticed by passersby AND stick in their minds afterward. You need more than free pizza (which may draw them in but won't keep their attention) or t-shirts (which may be worn for months afterward, but may not be alluring to a lot of people.)
What you need is chair massage! Whether you're fundraising or just raising awareness for your cause, chair massage is an excellent way to give your audience a few minutes of relaxation that they won't soon forget!
You've had a busy day. Your neck is aching, your shoulders are hunched, and you're just generally tense. You're in luck, though! Today, your office is bringing in massage therapists and you're the lucky recipient!
If this is your first time receiving a massage in the office, you may have a few questions about how it all works.
Office chair massage events are a little different from a typical spa massage.
In this article, we'll answer some frequently asked questions about what to expect from massage at work.
Whether you're celebrating nurses week or the holidays, using massage as an employee appreciation gift is a great idea.
Not only will your employees love it, but you'll see benefits too as they'll be happier, healthier, and more productive.
There are two ways to go about treating your staff to a day of massage. Traditionally, you would probably just purchase a gift card to a spa for the employee to use for a massage. Today, there's a better way. You can bring massage right to your office.
In this article, we'll break down when you might want to use a spa gift card and when office massage is the best idea.
When booking a chair massage event for your team, scheduling the individual sessions correctly is critical.
If employees miss out on massages due to poor scheduling, it can leave them frustrated and have a negative impact on morale.
For example, if you are paying to have 5 massage therapists to provide exactly 100 fifteen minute massages for your office, you need to know exactly how those massages are scheduled so your money is well-spent and the event is effective.
This How-To guide will help you schedule things perfectly so your employees will feel happy and appreciated, and you won't have to worry.
We get it. Every time you bring a new employee on to your team, there's a lot to cover during the onboarding process. It's important to cover every aspect of the job and your company, and to cover each topic thoroughly.
As soon as your new employee hears that they'll receive regular massage through your office massage program, they'll be excited to get started! For the smoothest possible transition, you'll want to make sure that your employees fully understand how to use the massage program.
In this article, we'll discuss how to introduce your office massage program to new hires and what kind of material to cover.